If you have a Synology NAS and have decided to host your website from home by registering your own domain name through one of the many services on the net (such as GoDaddy), it’s useful to know the most widely used DNS record types, and their purpose: A – A records specify IP addresses corresponding … Read more about Commonly Used DNS Record Types and Their Meaning
Did you also receive an email from GoDaddy claiming to update your information related to your domain? This email was sent to me from an email firstname.lastname@example.org Is this a valid GoDaddy email? Yes, it is. Occasionally, GoDaddy is required to send reminders on registration compliance. You can see more detailed information at the GoDaddy … Read more about GoDaddy Action required: Verify your contact info
Do you know that you can use your custom domain name to access your Synology NAS from all over the world? Even easier and faster if you already have a working WordPress site running on the NAS. First of all, register your domain name with Godaddy or with any other domain provider. If you have … Read more about How to Access Your Synology NAS With Your Own Domain Name?
Did you know it is totally unnecessary to have all your computers, laptops or desktops, tablets or mobile phones ask your router to resolve domain names to an external DNS server whenever you click a link or enter a domain name? Why not have something that sits on your local network and forwards unknown DNS … Read more about How to Use Synology as a Local DNS Cache
Hey folks! I have had some troubles in the past with the Web Station application on my Synology Nas device unit. It probably happened because I tried to set up another package and accidentally deleted a folder or a symlink. I could not access the websites created in: /volume1/web/ On the other hand, when I … Read more about How to Fix Web Station on Synology NAS